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to california. and a san diego high school. 18-year-old ivan mendoza who has down's syndrome crowned home coming king during halftime in front of classmates. several of the school's star athletes withdrew from the voting so ivan could win the award they said he deserves. next thing for the new king the home coming dance this weekend. that is a fox watch across america. >>> you heard a lot about the economy healthcare, foreign policy and so on and so forth during the vice presidential debate but you were also introduced to a family with connection to one of the presidential candidates. we learned who that family is and more about them and their story. you can see it next. >>> plus, going with are no space shuttle has gone before. the streets of los angeles. watch out, drivers. if you see that thing in the rear view mirror, might want to get out of the way. ♪ i'm a man of means by no means, king of the road ♪ ♪ third box car midnight train ♪ ♪ destination bangor maine [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn b
-year-old man. 15-year-old ruby cruz mendoza was spotted just before 5:30 last night climbing into a tan or silver two door car. she was seen getting into the car with this man, hilaire i don't carmona. investigators believe the two might be in a relationship together. >>> it was a spectacular light show that was seen and heard throughout the bay area last night. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran is live now at the chabot space center with more on this out of this world phenomenon. it was cool. >> reporter: i'm only sad that i missed it. of course our early bedtime being on a morning show you miss out on these things. but we did have pictures which is great. so take a look at this video. we have an up-close and personal view thanks to the lick observatory. it was the size of a small car. it hit the martinez hills around 8:00 last night traveling at about 25,000 miles per hour. thanks to a viewer in santa cruz, here you can see it in color that bright red flare. last night's meet year appeared for only about 5 seconds when it came into the atmosphere and it came with a boom. experts say that w
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